Your eyes are the windows to your soul. This saying is quite true. Your eyes are the first thing that anyone will notice about your face. Wearing eyeglasses draws even more attention to your eyes. It is therefore important that you choose a pair of eyeglasses that complements your face and your personality.
There are several types and designs of designer eyeglasses available today. You will have the choice of various brand names including DKNY eyeglasses, Burberry Eyeglasses, Persol Eyeglasses, and Polo Eyeglasses to name a few popular brands. It can be a daunting task making up your mind when it comes to making your selection. However, considering the following factors will help you make the best choice when it comes to selecting frames for your eyeglasses.
There are two main factors you need to consider when choosing . You will need to determine the type of frame that best suits the shape of your face as well as the color of the frames. If you are able to determine the right type of frame as well as the best color to complement your skin tone, you will find it easier to select the best designer eyeglasses for you.
There are several factors to consider when selecting the frame that best suits your face shape. The first thing to note is the shape of your face. The shape of the Prada Frames or other designer frames should have a contrasting shape to that of your face. If you have a round face for example, you should look for designer eyeglasses such as Dolce & Gabbana Eyeglasses that have a narrow frame to lengthen your face.
When it comes to color, it is important to note a characteristic about your face that you like or that is distinguishable. You can then use the color of the eyeglasses to enhance this feature. For example, if you have blue eyes, you may pick out a blue frame to enhance your eyes further.
You should also consider your skin color. The color you select for your eyeglass frames should complement your skin tone. There are two main categories for skin tone. People fall either in warm (yellow) or cool (blue based) skin tones. More than 60% of the population is considered warm while less than 40% are cool.
You also need to consider your hair color. Be sure to select frame colors that complement your skin tone and hair color.
For more on picking designer frames based on your face shape please see our Frame Fitting Guide.